Studio 5: Halloween Picture Books

If you’ve got kids in the house, you gotta have some fantastic Halloween picture books to read all October. Here’s a list of some favorites, old and new.

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leonardo

1. “Leonardo the Terrible Monster” by Mo Willems

Leonardo just wants to be a scary monster. He tries so hard. Especially when he meets Sam. A funny, quick read.

monsterator

2. “The Monsterator” by Keith Graves

Little Edgar doesn’t like Halloween; he thinks it’s a waste of time. But when he finds a machine that turns him into a monster, he changes his mind. Cool story, but the best part is the ‘make your own monster’ feature where kids can chose a head, body and feet for a monstrous creation.

zombie in love

3. “Zombie in Love” by Kelly DiPucchio and Scott Campbell

A zombie looking for love is a recipe for silly fun. Goofy illustrations and funny situations make this a new favorite.

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4. “PiggiePie!” by Margie Palatini and Howard Fine

Gritch the witch is craving some delicious piggie pie, but she needs some pigs. At Old MacDonald’s farm she thinks she might find a few, but these pigs are too smart for Gritch. Hilarious illustrations and a fun story.

big puumpkin

5. “Big Pumpkin” by Erica Silverman and S.D. Schindler

A classic Halloween tale of a witch with a pumpkin too big to take inside the house for pie by herself. She’s joined by a few other creepy creatures. A cute story and fun bright pictures.

it's halloween

6. “It’s Halloween” by Jack Preltsky and Marylin Hafner

This book of Halloween poems is easy to pick up, read a few, memorize one or two, and just have fun.

 

WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE HALLOWEEN PICTURE BOOK?

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